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Dedicated hospice volunteers thanked for their hard work

Worcester News: The St Richard’s Singers, who will perform at the volunteers’ cream tea on Sunday, June 7.

1:28pm Wednesday 27th May 2015

DEDICATED volunteers at a Worcester hospice are being applauded for their hard work as part of a national week celebrating those who give up their time for a good cause.

Spashpad celebrates five years

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Celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Gheluvelt Park Splash Pad , Worcester Mayor, Cllr Roger Knight and Lady Mayoress, Freda Knight on Tuesday (27143659)

12:32pm Wednesday 27th May 2015

ONE of Worcester’s most popular summertime attractions is still going strong after five years.

Pershore medical centre raises £500 for Nepal relief efforts

Worcester News: Prayer flags at Pershore Medical Practice.

5:47pm Friday 22nd May 2015

A PERSHORE doctor’s surgery raised £500 for relief efforts in Nepal with some colourful prayer flags.

20 gardens open across Pershore for charity

Worcester News: Pupils from Holy Redeemer School in Priest Lane, Pershore, preparing gardens for the open weekend.

5:13pm Friday 22nd May 2015

GARDENS throughout Pershore will be open to visitors in the first weekend in June as part of the National Garden Scheme.

Worcester technology firm "running out of options" for headquarters move

Worcester News: An artist's impression of the the new GTech headquarters off the junction of Berkeley Way and Parsonage Way.

5:00pm Friday 22nd May 2015

THE founder of a Worcester technology company has said the firm could be forced out of the city if plans for a new headquarters in Warndon Villages are refused.

Walking event raises thousands for air ambulance

Worcester News: (26939612)

4:57pm Friday 22nd May 2015

HUNDREDS of walkers of all ages and abilities trekked the length of a marathon across the pretty Worcestershire countryside to raise thousands of pounds for an air ambulance charity.

Children's painting competition as part of canal festival

Worcester News: Worcester City Council ward member for the Arboretum with Elizabeth Parker, who died in July 2013.

4:44pm Friday 22nd May 2015

BUDDING young artists are being invited to create their own vision of the Worcester to Birmingham Canal as part of a festival celebrating the waterway’s 200th anniversary.

Cricket legend Ashley Giles unveils hospital scanners

Worcester News: Radiology manager at BMI Droitwich Spa Hospital Pauline Collings, with colleagues Urmala Mall and Karen Ficke, executive director Jenny Liggitt, Ashley Giles, hospital staff Jodi Ensell and Diane Clark, Alliance Medical Infrastructure director Leigh Melvi

4:28pm Friday 22nd May 2015

ENGLAND cricketing legend Ashley Giles visited a Droitwich hospital to unveil two new state-of-the art scanners.

Chatty schoolboy raises hundreds for St Richard's Hospice with sponsored silence

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Jay Ingram, 7,  has raised £504 for St Richard's Hospice with a sponsored two hour silence, pictured with his mum, Sabrina and Fundraiser, Lizzie Brazier from St Richard's Hospice (26833681)

12:41pm Friday 22nd May 2015

A CHATTY schoolboy raised £507 for a Worcester hospice in memory of his aunt by keeping quiet for two whole hours.

Campaign group's call to "bullied" NHS staff

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Members of BBTT, Betrayed By Their Trust group campaigning outside Issac Maddox House on Shrubb Hill on Thursday (26791592)

11:49am Friday 22nd May 2015

A PRESSURE group campaigning against alleged bullying of NHS staff in Worcestershire has reiterated a call to victims of mistreatment to contact them.

Fire up the BBQ for cancer research

Worcester News: Fire up the BBQ for cancer research

10:27am Friday 22nd May 2015

WITH summer on the way – and hopefully good weather with it – a cancer charity is encouraging people in Worcestershire to fire up the barbecue and raise some money for a good cause.

Evesham mum to walk 52 miles for daughter's operation

Worcester News: Emma Haynes from Evesham with daughter Olivia.

10:08am Friday 22nd May 2015

A MUM from Evesham is preparing to walk the length of two marathons to raise money for vital treatment which could help her eight-year-old daughter walk by herself for the first time.

Evesham mum to walk 52 miles for daughter's operation

Worcester News: Emma Haynes from Evesham with daughter Olivia.

10:07am Friday 22nd May 2015

A MUM from Evesham is preparing to walk the length of two marathons to raise money for vital treatment which could help her eight-year-old daughter walk by herself for the first time.

Mental health employment service branded "exemplary"

Worcester News: The mental health employment team at Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust (L-R) Paul Harding, Sharon Fletcher, Serena Jones, Pete Jordan, Paul Wilcox and Carrie Cooling.

12:14pm Thursday 21st May 2015

A SERVICE helping people in Worcestershire with mental health problems get back into work has been branded “exemplary”.

Dance teacher who lost two stone to start own slimming group

Worcester News: Jess Wells before losing two stone with Slimming World.

11:50am Thursday 21st May 2015

A DANCE teacher from Worcester is starting her own slimming group after successfully shedding two stone and regaining her confidence.

Dance teacher who lost two stone to start own slimming group

Worcester News: Jess Wells before losing two stone with Slimming World.

11:49am Thursday 21st May 2015

A DANCE teacher from Worcester is starting her own slimming group after successfully shedding two stone and regaining her confidence.

Evesham dad to cycle 50 miles for Portuguese hospital following miraculous recovery

Worcester News: Francis Davies, who will cycle 50 miles on his 50th birthday in aid of the Portuguese hospital where he was treated following his accident last year.

7:02am Thursday 21st May 2015

THIS time last year he was given a 20 per cent chance of survival and told he might never walk again.

Winner of canal festival logo competition unveiled

Worcester News: The Worcester Canal Festival logo, designed by Tiberiu Ion.

5:54pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

THE winner of a competition to design a logo for Worcester’s first-ever canal festival next month has been unveiled.

Admiral Nurse talks about role working with dementia patients

Worcester News: Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust's Admiral Nursing team.

5:27pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

AS PART of this week’s Dementia Awareness Week, a specialist nurse caring for people in Worcestershire with the condition has spoken about her role.

250 operations cancelled in Worcestershire in the first three months of 2015

Worcester News: 250 operations cancelled in Worcestershire in the first three months of 2015

5:09pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

THE number of cancelled elective operations at Worcestershire’s three major hospitals rocketed in the first three months of this year in comparison with the year before.

Worcestershire health trust ends fiscal year in a positive financial position

Worcester News: Worcestershire health trust ends fiscal year in a positive financial position

3:48pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

THE organisation running community hospitals and mental health services in Worcestershire ended the 2014-2015 financial year £2.8 million in the black.

Worcester teacher to travel back to Nepal to help relief efforts

Worcester News: Deputy head at Tudor Grange Academy Kevin Hall (bottom left) with other members of his group at Annapurna base camp in Nepal, two weeks before the first earthquake hit the country.

12:52pm Wednesday 20th May 2015

A TEACHER at a Worcester academy who travelled to Nepal just two weeks before the first devastating earthquake is going back to the country to help with relief efforts.

Pershore businesses applauded for festive window displays

Worcester News: Thai Legend in High Street, winner of the Pershore Carnival shop window competition.

11:23am Wednesday 20th May 2015

SHOPS and businesses in Pershore decked out their windows in sporting-themed finery in preparation for this year's spring carnival.

Pershore businesses applauded for festive window displays

Worcester News: Thai Legend in High Street, winner of the Pershore Carnival shop window competition.

11:23am Wednesday 20th May 2015

SHOPS and businesses in Pershore decked out their windows in sporting-themed finery in preparation for this year's spring carnival.

Know your health options this bank holiday weekend

Worcester News: Cancer charity handed out a total of £62,254 to 221 Worcestershire patients in 2014

4:03pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

HEALTH bosses in Worcestershire are reminding people in the county of the various alternatives to accident and emergency available of the bank holiday weekend.

Step back in time 400 years at The Commandery

Worcester News: 24/01/14. The Commandery. Picture by Nick Toogood. (3625382)

3:52pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

VISITORS to one of Worcester’s most historic buildings next weekend will be transported back in time almost 400 years.

Evesham mental health charity celebrating £249,000 grant

Worcester News: Pet charity needs volunteer dog walkers

3:38pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

AN EVESHAM charity supporting people in the area with mental health problems is celebrating after being handed a share of a £2.6 million pot of lottery funding.

Evesham slimming group loses as much as a large van in weight

Worcester News: Members of the Evesham town hall Slimming World group displaying their individual weight losses and a van representing their total weight loss.

3:22pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

MEMBERS of an Evesham slimming club have lost the equivalent of a large van in weight over the past 12 months.

Charity beer festival at Peopleton pub

Worcester News: Charity beer festival at Peopleton pub

2:46pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A FUNDRAISING beer and cider festival will be held at The Crown Inn in Main Street, Peopleton, near Pershore, on Friday May 29 and the following day.

Charity beer festival at Peopleton pub

Worcester News: Charity beer festival at Peopleton pub

2:45pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A FUNDRAISING beer and cider festival will be held at The Crown Inn in Main Street, Peopleton, near Pershore, on Friday May 29 and the following day.

One month until smoking banned at Worcestershire's hospitals

Worcester News: A display in the front of Worcestershire Royal Hospital when staff were banned from smoking last year.

2:38pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

THERE is less than a month to go before Worcestershire’s three major hospitals become completely smoke-free.

Pucker up for Worcester hospice

Worcester News: St Richard's Hospice head of education Robert Standfield and community fundraiser Jodi Brandwood get ready for Kiss-May.

2:12pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A WORCESTER charity is encouraging people to slap on some red lippy and take a selfie.

Cash stolen from till in New Street

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

1:59pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

CASH was stolen from a till at a business in New Street, Worcester, at about 3.30pm on Saturday, May 15.

Two new members co-opted to St Peter's Parish Council

Worcester News: Two new members co-opted to St Peter's Parish Council

1:57pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A PAIR of new members have been co-opted onto St Peter’s Parish Council while a third former councillor has been re-appointed.

Vehicles keyed in Pershore

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12:21pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A PAIR of vehicles parked in Bridge Street, Pershore, were keyed overnight between Saturday, May 16 and the following day.

Blower and chainsaws stolen in Conderton

Worcester News: Bike stolen in Worcester city centre

12:19pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A STIHL backpack blower and two chainsaws were taken from a van in Conderton, near Strensham, at about 11pm on Thursday, May 14.

Signs vandalised between Defford and Pershore

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

12:18pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A NUMBER of estate agent signs and a garden event sign in the A4104 between Defford and Pershore were stolen or damaged overnight between Wednesday, May 13 and the following day.

Garages broken into in Ashton under Hill

Worcester News: (16754282)

12:17pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A NUMBER of garages in Ashton under Hill, near Evesham, were broken into between 5pm on Wednesday, May 13 and 6.30am the following morning.

Theft at Eckington sailing club

Worcester News: Theft at Eckington sailing club

12:16pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A JERRY can and three boat petrol tanks were taken after thieves broke into Severn Sailing Club in Eckington, near Strensham, by sawing through a lock between 7am and 5.30pm on Thursday, May 14.

Pram stolen in Norton

Worcester News: Pram stolen in Norton

12:15pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A CITY Select pram was stolen from the driveway of a house in Kohima Drive, Norton, near Evesham, during the afternoon on Friday, May 15.

Bike stolen in Pershore

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

12:13pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A BLACK and red Claude Butler Stone River Hardtail bicycle with a 24-inch frame and 26-inch wheels and a Peddler sticker on the frame was stolen from outside a business in Racecourse Road in Pershore during the day on Wednesday, May 13 after thieves cut off a combination lock.

Suspicious incident in Pershore

Worcester News: (16754282)

12:12pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A MAN was seen on CCTV driving into Acorn Grove in Pershore at about 10.50pm on Friday, May 15 and open the side door of a Peugeot van with a screwdriver. Nothing was stolen from the van.

Containers broken into in Pershore

Worcester News: Drills stolen in Malvern

12:11pm Tuesday 19th May 2015

A NUMBER of containers at a building site in Station Road, Pershore, were broken into between 4.30pm on Friday, May 15 and 6.50am on Monday, May 18.

Power tools stolen in Kempsey

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

10:24am Tuesday 19th May 2015

VARIOUS Makita power tools were stolen overnight between Sunday, May 17 and the following morning from a blue Fiat Ducata parked at The Anchor Inn in Main Road, Kempsey.

Charity donations stolen in Worcester

Worcester News: Burglary in Leigh Sinton, near Malvern

10:11am Tuesday 19th May 2015

CHARITY donations were stolen from a deli in the Corn Market, Worcester, between 5.30pm on Saturday, May 16 and 8.30am on Monday, May 18.

Break-in at Worcester shop

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

10:09am Tuesday 19th May 2015

BURGLARS broke into ladies clothes chop Acanthus in the Corn Market, Worcester, between Sunday, May 16 and the following day through a boarded-up window. Nothing appears to have been stolen.

Bike stolen in Diglis

Worcester News: Police warning over postage scam

10:08am Tuesday 19th May 2015

A bronze and gold 53-inch Daws Horizon plus ladies bicycle was stolen from an underground car park in Waters Reach, Diglis, Worcester, some time during the first two weeks in May.

Wing mirror broken in Foregate Street

Worcester News: Wing mirror broken in Foregate Street

10:07am Tuesday 19th May 2015

THE passenger side wing mirror of a vehicle parked in Foregate Street, Worcester, was ripped off between 9pm on Saturday, May 16 and 10.45am the following day.

iPad and bike stolen in Diglis

Worcester News: iPad and bike stolen in Diglis

10:06am Tuesday 19th May 2015

AN APPLE iPad Touch was stolen from a vehicle parked in an underground car park in Basin Road, Diglis, Worcester, between Friday, May 15 and Sunday, May 17.

Reports of anti-social behaviour in Little London

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

10:05am Tuesday 19th May 2015

POLICE were called to reports of youths causing anti-social behaviour in Little London, Worcester, at about 11pm on Thursday, May 14.

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